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    Still have the exhaust temp light, buzzer going off Now What?

    Ok I have done every test here on the Riva IC that has been posted, no leaks, no air bubbles and it flows the water out of the garden hose great both ways. Is it possible to have a blockage somewhere else? Should I drill out the pissers and block the end exhaust one? Could it be a faulty sensor and if so how do I check it?
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    I had the same problem

    I had to start from the begining at the pump
    1- remove the pump and make sure the washers are in correctly and the screen is clean
    2- remove the hose inside at the pump and blow through it should be easy
    3- you already did this remove and clean intercooler
    4- remove J-pipe make 3 holes one size larger
    5- reinstall BUT MAKE SURE CLAMP IS NOT ON THE FLANGE WHERE THE HOLES ARE I ONLY USED 2 CLAMPS
    6- if all this is done install the garco strainer before you go out

    this should fix it

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    Quote Originally Posted by shhr View Post
    I had the same problem

    I had to start from the begining at the pump
    1- remove the pump and make sure the washers are in correctly and the screen is clean
    2- remove the hose inside at the pump and blow through it should be easy
    3- you already did this remove and clean intercooler
    4- remove J-pipe make 3 holes one size larger
    5- reinstall BUT MAKE SURE CLAMP IS NOT ON THE FLANGE WHERE THE HOLES ARE I ONLY USED 2 CLAMPS
    6- if all this is done install the garco strainer before you go out

    this should fix it
    OK I have the factory service manual, so I guess its off with the pump again, but if I put the washers in wrong last time how do I knw if their wrong or right? Also will it be obvious on the clamp so as to not clamp off the pissers? Is it possible to use compressed air to clean out the inlet hose to the pump?

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    Anyone with ideas without having to remove the pump? How do I know if the washers are right or wrong?

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